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Independent comics publisher Drawn + Quarterly is celebrating two big anniversaries in a big way, with Drawn + Quaterly: 25 Years of Contemporary Cartooning, Comics, and Graphic Novels and Adrian Tomine's Optic Nerve #14!
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
Dark Horse is delivering the official sequel to Chuck Palahniuk's cult classic with Fight Club 2 #1! Our unnamed narrator, Marla, and Tyler return for a story full of twists and turns that promises to deliver a mean right-hook.
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Recommended by Matt Demory
Journey into Hyrule once more and relive one of the most beloved Nintendo games with the manga adaptation of the Legend Of Zelda: A Link to the Past, by Shotaro Ishinomori! First appearing in the pages of Nintendo Power magazine, this comic is sure to please Zelda fans both new and old!
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Recommended by Jay Spence
TwoMorrows Publishing invites readers to dive into monster mania with an in-depth look at the history of some of entertainment media's favorite sources of scares!
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
Good news—your favorite comic hero has somehow managed to leave the printed page and come to life! The catch: he's a bit of a maniac. BOOM! Studios brings us an all-new "odd couple" comedy with Oh, Killstrike #1!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf
AC Comics pays homage to the heroes of yesteryear and reminds readers what makes comics so compelling with Big Bang Universe #1!
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Recommended by Matt Demory
Don't tell mom the babysitter's sniping the undead in FUBAR: Mother Russia #1 from Alterna Comics!
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Recommended by Sarah Martinez
Hold your nose and don't look back. Junji Ito's delightfully deranged tale returns to horrify once more with the GYO Deluxe Edition Hardcover!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
Oni Press gives Adult Swim's latest hit animated series the comic treatment with Rick and Morty #1!
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney
In a world gone mad, you can always depend on a bright blue hedgehog and a boy robot in Sonic/Megaman: Worlds Collide - The Complete Epic!
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Recommended by Caitlin McCabe
What do three scientist friends with genius-level intellects do in their spare time? Why play cat-and-mouse with the temporal plane, of course! Jump forward to the future (and back again) in Supertemporal a graphic novel from Axiom!
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Recommended by Steve Leaf!
Celebrate The Flash and Green Lantern's upcoming 75th anniversaries with these two magazines that explore the characters' (and their creators') histories!
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Recommended by Jonathan McKinney!
Grab your best bro and get ready to party hard in this continuation of the cult 80s classic. Bill and Ted are back!
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Recommended by Matt Demory!
Digital Manga delivers another hit from the God of Manga with this tale of a lone hero on horseback dispensing justice along the dusty trails of Mars!
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Recommended by Matt Demory!
The Damned don't have to stay that way for long thanks to the Project Kerberos team—their technology allows them to traverse the underworlds themselves to save possessed souls. Don't miss out on Hellbreak #1, a new series that's diabolically good!
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Recommended by Jay Spence!
Murder, mystery, and the otherworldly overtake a small town in this latest entry in the Project Superpowers legacy!
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Recommended by Jay Spence!
Note to intrepid teens: exploring abandoned buildings can be dangerous—especially ones filled with murderous marionettes. The body count climbs higher with the next chapter of the Puppet Master saga!
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After 55 issues and 9 volumes in black and white, the adventures of the three Bone cousins in 2005 became the launching vehicle for Scholastic Books’ Graphix line of graphic novels.
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Punk music meets gang-on-gang violence in a fictional town where the all-female gang known as The Fever fight to keep their elected turf from the other three rival gangs.
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Knisley’s art soothes and welcomes the reader, softening the difficulties of both travel and connecting with grandparents. The clever uses of water coloring are gorgeous to view.
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The overall narrative follows the Joestar family and each of the series’ eight, multi-volume, self-contained story arcs focuses on a new member from a new generation of the Joestar clan.
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The Middle Ages. A time when the once all-powerful Roman Empire struggled against the quickly growing Christian state. A time of bloodshed and pillaging. A time of unrest and doubt.
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Recommended by Jay Spence
If you thought the film was strange and “out-there” then the comic will offer a whole new degree of bonkers for your eyes. You’ll see some familiar faces like Pygar and some new faces you could never imagine.
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Punk music meets gang-on-gang violence in a fictional town where the all-female gang known as The Fever fight to keep their elected turf from the other three rival gangs.
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